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Tornado Class Hitting Ibiza!

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It’s now just one month until the Tornado Class sailors will be hitting Ibiza for the annual Tornado Open and Mixed World Championships. The island is ready to greet the sailors and their families, there is going to be lots of action on the sailing side, but also loads to do for everyone, including a Ibicencan paella night, a barbecue ... Read More »

Ullman Sails Coaching in Ibiza

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Pablo Soldano, the Multihull expert who runs the Ullman Sails Italy loft will be in Ibiza and available to help sailors from the 27th – 29th September. He will be able to help you with boat and sail setup along with on the water techniques to make you faster! Many sailors across the fleet have taken advantage of the Tornado ... Read More »

2012 World Championships – Final Results

2012 Tornado World Championships Paschalidis and Trigonis take the title for the 2nd year. The final day of the 2012 Tornado World Championships saw some awkward racing in light and fluky winds. Many of the sailors had their discard race and places changed dramatically. Showing consistent form and skill throughout the championship it was the Greek team of Iordanis Paschalidis ... Read More »

2012 Tornado World Championships – Day Four

Day three of the Tornado World Championships was a write off with no wind on Wednesday. The race committee evaluated their decision again at 2pm CET but then cancelled racing for the day with not a breath of wind in sight. On Wednesday evening the class held the Annual General Meeting. There was good attendance with the main point of ... Read More »

2012 Tornado World Championships – Day Two

Lake Garda delivered some fantastic conditions once again for day two of the 2012 Tornado World Championships. Three races were held on Tuesday in around 15 knots of breeze. As with every day in Lake Garda the wind started from the North fading towards midday then turning to the South and picking up. It was very much a day for ... Read More »

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